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Comment by M K Wilkie on May 19, 2017 at 7:37pm
I may be persuaded to sell the red ones for what I paid if you really want some.
Comment by M K Wilkie on May 19, 2017 at 7:36pm
Actually, I usually can't remember anything I sell at yard sales. I know that's weird, but true. I have seriously thought of having an estate auction. Really, we have two houses full of stuff here. Moved up here in a hurry and still had it after yard sale and donations downstate. And dump runs. I have too much stuff!! Like many people. Call the auctioneer!!!
Comment by Dawn Michelle on May 19, 2017 at 7:27pm

Did you get the red ones on sale!!!!  ARRRGHH!  I saw them on sale but since then haven't and that's the ones I want.  Well, actually I would like something in BRIGHT teal/turquoise but they seem to like to keep those muted.  I will have to look through more of your pics to see them.  To be honest I'm not sure about the brown countertop with a red backsplash - i know brown is supposed to go with everything - lol.

Good to know you had a good experience then with the paper ones.  The one on the dinette window is kind of a chrome metal - not bad, inoffensive, and that has the valance thing so will be easy to pop in a pole and add curtains for color.

At least you know you still have them - I hate that feeling when you finally have a good clear out - things you haven't needed for five years and THEN the day after you drop it all off at charity you NEED that one thing!  

Comment by M K Wilkie on May 19, 2017 at 6:59pm
Balance NOT balance.
Comment by M K Wilkie on May 19, 2017 at 6:58pm
I'm using Smart Tiles. It may seem crazy but the red ones were on sale...cheap on the site. We used them in the last RV too. I put up photos of both. This will not be an all white interior.
Re: kitchen windows...they all seem to have mini blinds. I saved the old ones and will probably reinstall them and make a balance with the curtain material.
I have used those paper blinds and they did stay put. I have several sets that we never installed here. I think they are out in the yard sale stuff in the garage. The procrastination pile. But that is a great idea. I bought regular vinyl shades for the bedroom, sofa and dinette. But maybe I could use them on the bunk windows--if I can find them!!
Comment by Dawn Michelle on May 19, 2017 at 5:48pm

AH - here's the list!!!!!  Like that handwriting by the way and the graph paper - is there an engineer in the family??!  Remember some things can wait - that's what my mom reminded me tonight.  I don't HAVE to hook up the hot water heater.  I can boil water to wash dishes! :-)  

What kind of backsplash are you going to put up?  

And did you have to source any small blinds?  The kitchen windows are so small - they have metal blinds and I'm thinking my options are to paint (which means taking apart) or to replace with those paper blinds (just use clips to hold them up) you can cut down to size.  They get good marks for looks and durability, are cheap and might be a temp solution that will look nice enough....

Comment by M K Wilkie on May 12, 2017 at 2:06pm
Hey, we're in so deep now we have to keep trudging along...with some breaks out in the Spring woods every couple of days :)
And, we have s camping trip downstate planned for May 30th- 18 Days!!!!
Panic.
Comment by Russ Johnson on May 12, 2017 at 10:13am

Now that is  well organized honey-do-list. I should do one up myself, but I think that if I listed everything that needs to be done on the MMP I would just get discouraged and not do anything. LOL.

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